Fine Arts MA, Studio Concentration -- Department of Art and Design
MA in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration Advisor: Dr. Robert Browning; 973-655-4167
The Master of Arts (MA) in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration includes several areas of specialization, including ceramics, drawing, metalwork/jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. Through the MA program, students have an opportunity to advance existing and emerging skills in studio art; develop a personal aesthetic voice; or explore a studio area that was never before tried. The program has long served the needs of working professionals who require the flexibility of part-time study, in addition to helping students develop a portfolio for application to the more intensive Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program.
Curriculum requirements for the MA in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration and other programs in the Department of Art and Design may be found through the following links:
The faculty in the Department of Art and Design consists of more than 28 full-time faculty and 90-plus adjuncts and visiting professionals, including renowned guest artists and art critics.
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The Department of Art and Design occupies several buildings on campus and includes fully equipped facilities for all studio areas.
Additional information on graduate programs, including admission requirements for the MA in Fine Arts, Studio Concentration, may be found on the Graduate School Web page.